Book Review of The Ethics of Touch

Yoga Magazine
Feb 2014 issue 77
by the editors

Expert Ethics

At over 370 pages, [ed: 410 pages] this comprehensive on ethics is a must-have for for touch therapy practitioners and students, that addresses the difficult, confusing and seldom discussed dilemmas confronting practitioners. The book provides valuable lessons for a range of areas including improving communication skills, safely working with trauma sufferers, establishing and maintain appropriate boundaries and heightening awareness and sensitivity. The Ethics of Touch (Second Edition) by Ben E. Benjamin, Ph.D. & Cherie Sohnen-Moe (Sohnen-Moe Associates Inc).

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